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Publication Buzzwords
Have you ever fallen prey to “gotcha reviewing”?
Journal rejection is considered a natural part of the publication process. However, top-tier journals are more inclined toward rejecting a paper than accepting it, which Neil Herndon, the editor-in-...
Grammar and Writing
When to use "woman" and "female" in scientific writing to keep the writing gender neutral or free of gender bias
Authors often wonder when to use "woman" and "female" to keep scientific writing free of gender bias
Global Trends
Qatar’s rise as a global research destination
Qatar is rapidly gaining popularity as one of the top destinations for researchers across the globe. The country is trying to transition into a knowledge economy, and is therefore, investing heavily...
Publication Planning
Finding the right journal to disseminate your research
Productive scientists are also writers who, at once, communicate with each other and create the scientific record through publication in peer-reviewed journals. The purpose of this article is to...
Career Advancement
10 Survival strategies for the postdoc life
A postdoc position is often looked upon as a stepping stone to a tenure track faculty position. But a postdoc also involves a unique set of challenges which many PhD graduates do not anticipate when...
Angewandte Chemie: Quick facts and submission tips
This post provides information that potential contributors to the journal...
When I submitted my manuscript to a renowned journal, within a month after...

Recent Articles

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Recommended reading about the scholarly publishing industry
Exactly a year ago, we started sharing monthly updates about trending discussions in academic publishing. Continuing this initiative, this month, we'd like you to read these articles about publishing... Read More
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Expressing rates
This article explains some points of style in scientific writing related to using negative exponents in expressing rates.

Featured Interview

Pippa Smart is the owner of PSP Consulting, a company that offers advice and consultancy services to publishers, journals, and editors across the world. She advises publishers (particularly non-commercial associations) and editors on the development of their publishing programs and journals–particularly on editorial strategy. She also runs customized training on topics such as editorial skills, journal development, and copyright. Following a degree in Publishing and Anthropology from Oxford Brookes University, Pippa worked for several publishers including Cambridge University Press, Blackwell Science, and CABI. She was also Head of Publishing at INASP. She is the Editor-in-Chief of Learned Publishing, writes a monthly newsletter for the publishing industry, is Vice-president of the Council of the European Association of Science Editors, and a non-Executive Director of Practical Action Publishing. Pippa is also one of the editors of the Science Editors’ Handbook, a trusted guide used by digital and print editing professionals.

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Business and Economics
Arthropods - the new luxury good?
Back in the day, many a development economist would tally...